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Nutrition Services


Welcome to the Nutrition Services Page 
We want to remind everyone that in the 18/19 school year Nutrition Services is happy to provide breakfast to all students in the district, whether or not they qualify for Free or Reduced meals.  You may have received a letter stating that you "need to provide proof", if so, you were selected for our annual Verification process, which is mandated by the USDA.  Please send the requested documentation to Nutrition Services. You may email to or mail, or give to your school site office for them to forward to Nutrition Services. 
We strongly encourage everyone to use for the application process.  Remember, you may also use school cafe to deposit money into a student’s account free of charge (see school cafe page for more information).  If you have any problems using the website please don't hesitate to contact our office 760-868-5817 ext. 10513.    
You may submit an application at any time during the academic year.  You may re-apply at anytime during the year if you were denied and your circumstances change. If you were selected for verification and didn't respond by the deadline or were changed to paid as a result of verification, you must provide proofs when you re-apply.
Updated Meal Charge Policy.....(SJUSD Board Policy AR 3551)
"At the beginning of the school year, parents/guardians shall be notified of the district's meal payment policies and encouraged to prepay for meals whenever possible.
(cf. 1113-District and school web sites)
"...Parents/guardians shall be notified whenever their account has a zero balance.  Students will receive the same reimbursable meal that is offered to all students if the student needs to charge a meal.  Snowline JUSD allows Elementary students to charge $ 4.00 on their student accounts. Middle and High school students are allowed to charge up to $ 5.00 on their accounts.  Second meals or snacks are not allowed to be posted against daily charge limits.  Parents and guardians will be notified weekly via phone and/or mail regarding their student's unpaid meal balance that is due.  If a parent of guardian wishes to prevent their student from charging on their meal account, the parent or guardian may request in writing that a "block" be placed on a student's meal account.  This "block"  can prohibit purchasing a meal or limit the amount  of charges on a student's account.
Emails may be sent to:
Please include student name, school and student ID#.  You may also call us at 760-868-5817 ext. 10513
In cases of repeated non payment by a student, the Superintendent or designee may contact parents/guardians to discuss the reasons for the nonpayment.  The Superintendent or designee may evalutate individual circumstances to determine if the student's parents/guardians need assistance completing an application for free or reduced-price meals or need referral to social services."


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Name: Toni Chaffee
Title: Director of Nutrition Services
Phone: (760) 868-5817 Ext. 10511
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Name: Gidget Woodward 
Title: Nutrition Secretary
Phone: (760) 868-5817 Ext. 10513
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Department Address
101 Stadium Way
Phelan, CA 92329
Mailing Address
Snowline Nutrition Services
PO Box 296000
Phelan, CA 92329-6000

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